Media of Birmingham
Get into the holiday spirit with our December mixer. We’ll be at Pale Eddies Pour House in Downtown Birmingham.
Enjoy happy hour specials and invite your friends and colleagues in media (print, broadcast, online, etc.), public relations, advertising and marketing.
Free admission but guests are encouraged to bring unwrapped toy. All toy items will be donated to YWCA Santa Workshop!
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Where’s the Money Now?
- Alabama Media Professionals Fall Workshop
- 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 14
- Southeastern Conference, First Floor Meeting Room, 2201 Richard Arrington, Jr. Blvd. N., downtown [map]
- Cost: $35, $25 for members, $15 for students. Includes lunch and deck parking. Make checks payable to Alabama Media Professionals and mail to Madelyn Bonnett, 2078 Crenshaw Road, Columbiana, AL 35051.
- For more information, call Marti Slay, 655-1414.
Challenged by client cutbacks and layoffs, writers and other communications professionals are seeking new income sources. Where do you turn when the world seems to turn on you? What do you need to learn? Where are the new markets for your talents? Get the answers from AMP’s panel of professionals who have taken bold steps and will give you first-hand information. You’ll leave with ideas you can turn into cash by venturing into new media, learning new skills, and showing your clients how to compete in today’s fast-changing environment.
- Dr. Wilson Lowrey, Assistant Professor of Journalism at the University of Alabama.
- Jennifer Walker Journey, Professional Blogger
- John Phillips, Nighthawk Publications
Workshop Scholarships: Alabama Media Professionals will offer a limited number of workshop scholarships to individuals who have lost jobs or major income from client budget cuts. These scholarships are funded by donations from members and event sponsors. For details, e-mail Ann Halpern at email@example.com.
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Have an event to share? Let us know!
We had our biggest event yet at the Wine Loft. Thanks to Donna Francavilla, Julie Keith and Jean M. McLean, our outstanding expert panel, and to Pat Richeson of Redneck Debutantes for the photography.
Also, thanks to Bob Farley for serving as our hospitality volunteer, and Chianti Cleggett and Atticus Rominger for setting up the event.
Be sure to check out all the great photos, and if you’re in them, let us know! (Or tag yourself in the Facebook album.)
From Tina Hatch:
I’m the editor of Lipstick magazine, a new magazine for Birmingham women age 30 to 50. Lipstick bills itself as “smart, fun and fearless,” and we’re looking for writers, artists and photographers who share those qualities (or at least aspire to them).
We’re looking for writers who can write features, profiles, short articles, etc. in a conversational tone. We assign 90 percent of our stories, but we also welcome queries. Artists are needed for cover art as well as for subjects of potential profiles. We like to profile at least one local artist per month.
We’re looking for freelancers, all experience levels. I don’t care as much about background as I do the ability to tell a great story, whether it’s through words or art. Interested parties can send clips or a link to their Web site.
Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have several job opportunities available at al.com:
- Senior Producer / Sports
- Multimedia Designer
- Graphic Design Intern – Web
Also, we are actively seeking free-lance photographers to cover events for al.com. Amateur photographers are encouraged! These individuals would be attending and taking pictures at community events for posting into photo galleries on al.com. It is a part-time, as needed position ($10/hour). E-mail resume and other information to email@example.com.
editorial producer, al.com
Job descriptions after the jump …
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